2015 Honda Fit

Pros: Outstanding interior cargo space and versatility in a small package; agile, fun-to-drive character; availability of upscale features

Cons: Engine is noisy during acceleration; touchscreen system absorbs virtually all audio functions and complicates many of them; ride is rather stiff

CG Says: Honda’s subcompact 4-door hatchback is redesigned for 2015, after taking the 2014 model year off. The new Fit shrinks about an inch and a half in overall length but rides a wheelbase that is 1.2 inches longer than its predecessor, which improves overall cabin space. The lone engine on all Fits is a 1.5-liter 4-cylinder with 130 horsepower, up 13 from the previous-generation engine. A continuously variable transmission (CVT) is available on all Fits, and a six-speed manual is offered on entry-level LX and midlevel EX models. The all-new Fit offers even more interior space, improving on what was already the most space-efficient, cargo-versatile vehicle in its class. Interior materials, available technology features, and overall noise levels are other notable areas of improvement. As before, the Fit’s compact size, responsive steering, and sporty suspension tuning make it very nimble, but the ride is a bit stiff. Still, the new Fit remains one of the most compelling vehicles in the subcompact class.

The Facts
Class Subcompact
Body Style(s) 4-door hatchback
Passenger Count 5
Drive Wheels Front
Manufacturer Honda
Nation of Manufacture Mexico
Base Prices LX, manual: $15,525
LX, CVT: $16,325
EX, manual: $17,435
EX, CVT: $18,235
EX-L, CVT: $19,800
EX-L w/ Navi, CVT: $20,800

Base Engine
1.5-liter 4-cyl
Std. Transmission
6-speed manual
Avail. Transmission
EPA City Range (mpg)
EPA Hwy Range (mpg)

2015 Honda Fit
2015 Honda Fit